Brooklyn, NY • Thursdays, September 20 – October 11For me, writing is to draw, to tie the lines together in such a way as to turn them into writing or to untie them so that the writing becomes drawing. —Jean Cocteau
Brooklyn, NY • Wednesdays, September 26 – December 5This class is full. If you would like to be added to the waitlist, please email email@example.com.
Brooklyn, NY • Thursdays, October 18 – November 15Generate new work as we chart a course through the landscape of arts and action, and explore poetry, essay, fiction, and hybrid forms in your writing.
Brooklyn, NY • Saturday, November 3To write is to sell a ticket to escape, not from the truth but into it.
Brooklyn, NY • Saturday, November 10I like to think of literature and criticism as an act of pushing something forward, of mapping new terrains, internal and external, of doing things with language that reveal something about what it means to read and to live.
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